A Call To Action: Changing The Face Of The Energy And Environment Workforce, Presented by NEWIEE, August 5 4-6pm EDT

  • 5 August 2021
  • Start time : 04:00 PM
  • End time : 06:00 PM
  • Event Host : NEWIEE - New England Women in Energy and the Environment
Changing The Face Of The Energy And Environment Workforce
Event Description


The energy and environmental fields continue to lag in all forms of diversity, despite the region’s ambitious climate goals and influx of high-growth industries like energy efficiency and renewable energy. Join NEWIEE as we issue a call to action to ensure the economic benefits of New England’s clean energy transition are shared equitably among underrepresented groups.


About Women Shaping The Agenda:

NEWIEE’s Women Shaping the Agenda Series is an annual, summer panel discussion among leaders in the industry, featuring engaging dialog and debate on industry and policy topics in New England.  NEWIEE’s programming seeks to bring the energy and environmental sectors together with a particular focus on areas where they most closely intersect, raising the voice of women professionals in solving today’s challenges and helping women to advance in their careers.

  • Host Company/Organization Name
    • NEWIEE - New England Women in Energy and the Environment
  • Speakers / Presenters
    • Aisha Francis, Ph.D.
      Chief Executive Officer
      Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology

      Annelies Goger
      David M. Rubenstein Fellow
      Metropolitan Policy Program, Brookings

      Jennifer Jean Kropke
      Director of Energy Jobs
      U.S. Department of Energy

      Natalie Edwards
      Chief Diversity Officer
      National Grid
  • Event type
    • Online/Webinar

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